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Shishir Parkhie

Shishir Parkhie
Born (1967-11-07)7 November 1967
Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Genres Ghazal, Devotional, Folk
Occupation(s) Composer, Singer, Music Director
Instruments Harmonium, Tanpura, Piano
Years active 1989–present
Labels Saregama, Mystica Music, Times Music, Bihaan Music, Venus, T-Series
Website www.shishirparkhie.com

Shishir Parkhie born on 7 November 1967 at Nagpur in the state of Mahashtra, India is a singer, music composer and a live show performer.Shishir has been performing live Ghazal concerts at various places worldwide. Shishir uses various forms of music ranging from Ghazals, Bhajans, Sugam Sangeet, Hindi Film Songs to regional music. Several audio cassettes / ACD's / VCDs in various categories have been released by reputed music companies. He has voiced over and composed music for several jingles as well as for various television serials. He is specialised in total conceptualization and production of musical theme shows, commercial jingles, audio and video albums.

Ghazal albums

1. Ahteraam- Tribute to the legendary poets on T-Series (2008)

2. Once More Ghazals on T-Series (2009)

3. Roomaniyat- Ghazals of love & longing on Mystica Music (2011)

4. Khulus- Ghazals of dreams, desires & destiny on T-Series (Oct 2012)

5. Aatish tha, aftaab tha- A Jagjit Singh tribute single (Oct 2012)

6. Siyahat- A journey through emotions on Saregama India Ltd. (June 2013)

Devotional & Spiritual albums

  1. Mahima Sadgurunath Ki (SHNC 01/2875)
  2. Bolo Jai Siya Ram (SHNC 01/2898)[1]
  3. Shree Mahalaxmi Jagadamba koradi (Amritvaani) (SHNC 01/3295)
  4. Tere Naam Anek Tu Ek He Hai (SHNC 01/3318)
  5. Avtaar Meher Baba Ki Amar Katha (SHNC 01/3459) [2]
  6. Shree Sai Smaran Stuti Paath (SHNC 01/3673)
  7. Raah Sai Ne Sachchi Dikhayee Hai (SHNC 01/)
  8. Hum Bharat Ki Shaan Hai (SHNC 01/1698)
  9. Buddha Vandana Karu (Marathi) (SMNC 01/830)
  10. Sheel Sugandha (Marathi)(SMNC 01/891)
  11. Pratibimba Krantisuriyache (Marathi)(SMNC 01/892)

12.Shree Gajanan Maharaj Amritvaani, Venus

Audio CDs

  1. Shree Sai Smaran, Stuti Paath (SNCD 01/4773)
  1. Rah Sai Ne Sachchi, Dikhayee Hai (SNCD 01/5166)

3. Annayog- Bhojan Mantras,Times Music

4. Geet Geeta Mp3 CD's, Times Music

5. Devi Mata, Bihaan Music

Video CDs

  1. Mahima Sadgurunath Ki, Sampoorna Gurukunj darshan - Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj, (CDVNF)
  2. Aao Chalein Koradi - With Anuradha Paudwal, Sampoorna Koradi Devi Yatra Darshan, (CDVNF 01/3837)
  3. Tere Naam Anek Tu Eh Hi Hai, Gurukunj Mozari Punyatithi Mohatsav Darshan- Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj (CDVNF 01/3911)

Others

  1. Prabhu Ke mangal Gun Gaao VCD R -Series
  2. Ab Meri Awaaz Suno R- Series
  3. Utha Gadya Arunodaya Zala R- Series (Marathi)
  4. Mera Chakradhar- Krishna Music
  5. Dhammakranti (Marathi) D- Series [3]

References

www.shishirparkhie.com

www.facebook.com/shishirghazals

www.facebook.com/shishirdevotional

https://itunes.apple.com/in/artist/shishir-parkhie/id377053064

http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/ShishirParkhie

http://www.rhythmhouse.in/Search.aspx?query=Shishir+Parkhie&fmt=0&srchCat=0&v=0&l=1&p=0&s=0

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ "Shishir Parkhie - Hindi Music Director". Raaga. Retrieved 2013-06-03. 
  3. ^ Parkhie, Shishir (2008-09-27). "Shishir Parkhie - Devotional Music: Devotional Albums By Shishir Parkhie". Shishirparkhiebhajans.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2013-06-03. 
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